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MACHINE LEARNING The Art and Science of Algorithms that Make Sense of Data As one of the most comprehensive machine learning texts around, this book does justice to the ﬁeld’s incredible richness, but without losing sight of the unifying principles Peter Flach’s clear, example-based approach begins by discussing how a spam ﬁlter works, which gives an immediate introduction to machine learning in action, with a minimum of technical fuss He covers a wide range of logical, geometric and statistical models, and state-of-the-art topics such as matrix factorisation and ROC analysis Particular attention is paid to the central role played by features Machine Learning will set a new standard as an introductory textbook: r The Prologue and Chapter are freely available on-line, providing an accessible ﬁrst step into machine learning r The use of established terminology is balanced with the introduction of new and r r r r useful concepts Well-chosen examples and illustrations form an integral part of the text Boxes summarise relevant background material and provide pointers for revision Each chapter concludes with a summary and suggestions for further reading A list of ‘Important points to remember’ is included at the back of the book together with an extensive index to help readers navigate through the material MACHINE LEARNING The Art and Science of Algorithms that Make Sense of Data PETER FLACH cambridge university press Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, S˜ao Paulo, Delhi, Mexico City Cambridge University Press The Edinburgh Building, Cambridge CB2 8RU, UK Published in the United States of America by Cambridge University Press, New York www.cambridge.org Information on this title: www.cambridge.org/9781107096394 C Peter Flach 2012 This publication is in copyright Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of Cambridge University Press First published 2012 Printed and bound in the United Kingdom by the MPG Books Group A catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library ISBN 978-1-107-09639-4 Hardback ISBN 978-1-107-42222-3 Paperback Additional resources for this publication at www.cs.bris.ac.uk/home/ﬂach/mlbook Cambridge University Press has no responsibility for the persistence or accuracy of URLs for external or third-party internet websites referred to in this publication, and does not guarantee that any content on such websites is, or will remain, accurate or appropriate To Hessel Flach (1923–2006) Brief Contents Preface xv Prologue: A machine learning sampler 1 The ingredients of machine learning 13 Binary classiﬁcation and related tasks 49 Beyond binary classiﬁcation 81 Concept learning 104 Tree models 129 Rule models 157 Linear models 194 Distance-based models 231 Probabilistic models 262 10 Features 298 11 Model ensembles 330 12 Machine learning experiments 343 Epilogue: Where to go from here 360 Important points to remember 363 References 367 Index 383 vii Index Gini, see impurity measure, Gini Apriori, see association rule algorithms 0–1 loss, 62 AQ, see rule learning systems 0-norm, 234 arithmetic mean 1-norm, 234, 239 minimises squared Euclidean distance, 291 2-norm, 234, 239 Theorem 8.1, 238 abstraction, 306 association rule, 15, 184 accuracy, 19, 54, 57 association rule algorithms as a weighted average Apriori, 193 Example 2.1, 56 Warmr, 193 expected association rule discovery Example 12.3, 347 Example 3.12, 102 Example 12.1, 346 AssociationRules(D, f , c ) macro-averaged, 60 Algorithm 6.7, 185 ranking, see ranking accuracy at least as general as, 105 active learning, 122, 361 attribute, see feature adjacent violators, 77 AUC, 67 afﬁne transformation, 195 multi-class agglomerative merging, 312 Example 3.5, 88 AggloMerge(S, f ,Q) average recall, see recall, average, 101 Algorithm 10.2, 312 backtracking search, 133 aggregation bag of words, 41 in structured features, 306 Aleph, see ILP systems bagging, 156, 331–333 analysis of variance, 355 Bagging(D, T, A ) Algorithm 11.1, 332 anti-uniﬁcation, 123 383 Index 384 basic linear classiﬁer, 21, 207–228, 238, Cartesian product, 51 241, 242, 269, 317, 321, 332, 334– categorical distribution, 274 336, 339, 364 CD, see critical difference Bayes-optimality, 271 central limit theorem, 220, 350 kernel trick, 43 central moment, 303 Bayes’ rule, 27 centre around zero, 24, 198, 200, 203, Bayes-optimal, 29, 30, 265 basic linear classiﬁer, 271 324 centre of mass, 24 beam search, 170 centroid, 97, 238 Bernoulli distribution, 148, 274 characteristic function, 51 multivariate, 273 Chebyshev distance, 234 Bernoulli trial, 148, 273 Chebyshev’s inequality, 301 Bernoulli, Jacob, 45, 274 Chervonenkis, Alexey, 125 BestSplit-Class(D, F ) chicken-and-egg problem, 287 Algorithm 5.2, 137 cityblock distance, see Manhattan dis- bias, 94 bias–variance dilemma, 93, 338 big data, 362 bigram, 322 bin, 309 binomial distribution, 274 bit vector, 273 Bonferroni–Dunn test, 357 boosting, 63, 334–338 weight updates Example 11.1, 334 Boosting(D, T, A ) Algorithm 11.3, 335 bootstrap sample, 331 breadth-ﬁrst search, 183 Brier score, 74 tance class imbalance Example 2.4, 67 label, 52 ratio, 57, 58, 61, 62, 67, 70, 71, 142, 143, 147, 221 class probability estimation, 360 class probability estimator, 72 squared error Example 2.6, 74 tree, 141 classiﬁcation binary, 52 multi-class, 14, 82 classiﬁer, 52 C4.5, see tree learning systems clause, 105 calibrating classiﬁer scores, 223, 316 cloud computing, 362 calibration, 220 clustering, 14 isotonic, 78, 223, 286, 318 agglomerative, 255, 310 logistic, 286, 316 descriptive, 18 loss, 76 evaluation map, 78 CART, see tree learning systems Example 3.10, 99 predictive, 18 Index 385 representation tative Example 3.9, 98 convex, 213, 241 stationary point, 249 hull, 78 Example 8.5, 249 clustering tree, 253 using a dissimilarity matrix Example 5.5, 153 using Euclidean distance Example 5.6, 155 lower, 309 loss function, 63 ROC curve, 76, 138 set, 113, 183 correlation, 151 correlation coefﬁcient, 45, 267, 323 CN2, see rule learning systems cosine similarity, 259 CNF, see conjunctive normal form cost ratio, 71, 142 comparable, 51 count vector, 275 complement, 178 counter-example, 120 component, 266 covariance, 45, 198 computational learning theory, 124 covariance matrix, 200, 202, 204, 237, concavity, 76 concept, 157 closed, 117, 183 complete, 113 conjunctive, 106 Example 4.1, 106 consistent, 113 concept learning, 52, 104 negative examples Example 4.2, 110 conditional independence, 281 conditional likelihood, 283 conditional random ﬁeld, 296 conﬁdence, 57, 184 conﬁdence interval, 351 Example 12.5, 352 267, 269, 270 coverage counts, 86 as score Example 3.4, 87 coverage curve, 65 coverage plot, 58 covering algorithm, 163 weighted, see weighted covering covers, 105, 182 critical difference, 356 critical value, 354 cross-validation, 19, 349 Example 12.4, 350 internal, 358 stratiﬁed, 350 curse of dimensionality, 243 confusion matrix, 53 d-prime, 316 conjugate prior, 265 data mining, 182, 362 conjunction ∧ , 34, 105 data set characteristics, 340 conjunctive normal form, 105, 119 data streams, 361 conjunctively separable, 115 De Morgan laws, 105, 131 constructive induction, 131 decile, 301 contingency table, 53 decision boundary, 4, 14 continuous feature, see feature, quanti- decision list, 34, 192 Index 386 decision rule, 26 Euclidean, 23, 305 decision stump, 339 Manhattan, 25 decision threshold tuning Example 2.5, 71 distance metric, 235, 305 Deﬁnition 8.2, 236 distance weighting, 244 decision tree, 33, 53, 101, 314 divide-and-conquer, 35, 133, 138, 161 decoding, 83 DKM, 156 loss-based, 85 DNF, see disjunctive normal form deduction, 20 dominate, 59 deep learning, 361 DualPerceptron(D) default rule, 35, 161 degree of freedom in t -distribution, 353 in contingency table, 58 dendrogram, 254 Deﬁnition 8.4, 254 descriptive clustering, 96, 245 descriptive model, 17 dimensionality reduction, 326 Dirichlet prior, 75 discretisation, 155 agglomerative, 310 agglomerative merging Example 10.7, 313 Algorithm 7.2, 209 Eddington, Arthur, 343 edit distance, 235 eigendecomposition, 325 Einstein, Albert, 30, 343 EM, see Expectation-Maximisation empirical probability, 75, 133, 135, 138 entropy, 159, 294 as an impurity measure, see impurity measure, entropy equivalence class, 51 equivalence oracle, 120 equivalence relation, 51 error rate, 54, 57 bottom–up, 310 error-correcting output codes, 102 divisive, 310 estimate, 45 equal-frequency, 309 Euclidean distance, 234 equal-width, 310 European Conference on Machine Learn- recursive partitioning Example 10.6, 311 top–down, 310 disjunction ∨ , 34, 105 disjunctive normal form, 105 dissimilarity, 96, 152 ing, European Conference on Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases, evaluation measures, 344 for classiﬁers, 57 cluster, 152 example, 50 split, 152 exceptional model mining, 103 distance, 23 elliptical Example 8.1, 237 excess kurtosis, see kurtosis exemplar, 25, 97, 132, 238 Expectation-Maximisation, 97, 289, 322 Index 387 expected value, 45, 267 experiment, 343 experimental objective, 344 explanation, 35 explanatory variable, see feature unordering, 307 feature calibration, 277 categorical Example 10.8, 315 isotonic exponential loss, 63, 337 Example 10.11, 321 extension, 105 Example 10.10, 320 logistic F-measure, 99, 300 insensitivity to true negatives, 346 Example 10.9, 318 feature selection, 243 false alarm rate, 55, 57 backward elimination, 324 false negative, 55 ﬁlter, 323 false negative rate, 55, 57 forward selection, 324 false positive, 55 Relief, 323 false positive rate, 55, 57 feature, 13, 50, 262 wrapper, 324 feature tree, 32, 132, 155 binarisation, 307 Deﬁnition 5.1, 132 Boolean, 304 complete, 33 calibration, 314 growing categorical, 155, 304 construction, 41, 50 decorrelation, 202, 237, 270, 271 Example 5.2, 139 labelling Example 1.5, 33 discretisation, 42, 309 ﬁrst-order logic, 122 discretisation, supervised, 310 FOIL, see ILP systems discretisation, unsupervised, 309 forecasting theory, 74 domain, 39, 50 frequency, see support list, 33 FrequentItems(D, f ) normalisation, 202, 237, 270, 271, 314 Algorithm 6.6, 184 Friedman test, 355 ordinal, 233, 304 Example 12.8, 356 quantitative, 304 function estimator, 91 space, 225 functor, 189 structured, 306 Example 10.4, 306 Gauss, Carl Friedrich, 102, 196 thresholding, 308 Gaussian distribution, 266 thresholding, supervised, 309 Gaussian kernel, 227 thresholding, unsupervised, 308 transformation, 307 two uses of, 41 Example 1.8, 41 bandwidth, 227 Gaussian mixture model, 266, 289 bivariate Example 9.3, 269 Index 388 relation to K -means, 292 univariate Example 9.2, 269 general, 46 learning Example 4.5, 122 Horn(Mb, Eq) Algorithm 4.5, 120 generalised linear model, 296 Horn, Alfred, 105 generality ordering, 105 Hume, David, 20 generative model, 29 hyperplane, 21 geometric median, 238 hypothesis space, 106, 186 Gini coefﬁcient, 134 Gini index, 159 as an impurity measure, see impurity measure, Gini index ID3, see tree learning systems ILP, see inductive logic programming ILP systems Gini, Corrado, 134 Aleph, 193 glb, see greatest lower bound FOIL, 193 Golem, see ILP systems Golem, 193 Gosset, William Sealy, 353 Progol, 35, 193 gradient, 213, 238 implication → , 105 grading model, 52, 92 impurity Gram matrix, 210, 214, 325 Example 5.1, 136 greatest lower bound, 108 relative, 145 greedy algorithm, 133 grouping model, 52, 92 GrowTree(D, F ), 152 Algorithm 5.1, 132 Guinness, 353 impurity measure, 158 Gini, 134, 145, 147, 156, 337 entropy, 134, 135, 136, 144, 147, 294 Gini index, 134, 135, 136, 144, 147 as variance, 148 minority class, 134, 135, 159 HAC(D, L) Algorithm 8.4, 255 imputation, 322 incomparable, 51 Hamming distance, 84, 235, 305 independent variable, see feature harmonic mean, 99 indicator function, 54 Hernández-Orallo, José, xvi induction, 20 hidden variable, 16, 288 problem of, xvii, 20 hierarchical agglomerative clustering, 314 inductive bias, 131 hinge loss, 63, 217 inductive logic programming, 189, 307 histogram, 302 information content, 293 Example 10.2, 303 homogeneous coordinates, 4, 24, 195, 201 Example 9.7, 293 information gain, 136, 310, 323 information retrieval, 99, 300, 326, 346 Horn clause, 105, 119, 189 input space, 225 Horn theory, 119 instance, 49 Index 389 labelled, 50 instance space, 21, 39, 40, 49 segment, 32, 51, 104, 132 intercept, 195, 198 internal disjunction, 110, 162 Example 4.3, 112 interquartile range, 301, 314 Algorithm 7.4, 226 Kinect motion sensing device, 129, 155 KKT, see Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions KMeans(D, K ) Algorithm 8.1, 248 KMedoids(D, K , Dis) Algorithm 8.2, 250 kurtosis, 303 isometric Gini, 145 accuracy, 61, 69, 77, 116 L norm, see 0-norm average recall, 60, 72 label space, 50, 360 entropy, 145 Lagrange multiplier, 213 Gini index, 145 landmarking, 342 impurity, 159 Langley, Pat, 359 precision, 167 Laplace correction, 75, 138, 141, 147, 170, precision (Laplace-corrected), 170 splitting criteria, 145 item set, 182 265, 274, 279, 286 lasso, 205 latent semantic indexing, 327 closed, 183 latent variable, see hidden variable frequent, 182 lattice, 108, 182, 186 law of large numbers, 45 Jaccard coefﬁcient, 15 learnability, 124 jackknife, 349 learning from entailment, 128 learning from interpretations, 128 K -means, 25, 96, 97, 247, 259, 289, 310 learning model, 124 problem, 246, 247 learning rate, 207 relation to Gaussian mixture model, LearnRule(D), 169, 190 292 K -medoids, 250, 310 k-nearest neighbour, 243 Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions, 213 kernel, 43, 323 quadratic Example 7.8, 225 kernel perceptron, 226 kernel trick, 43 Example 1.9, 44 Kernel-KMeans(D, K ) Algorithm 8.5, 259 KernelPerceptron(D, κ) Algorithm 6.2, 164 LearnRuleForClass(D,C i ) Algorithm 6.4, 171 LearnRuleList(D), 169, 190 Algorithm 6.1, 163 LearnRuleSet(D) Algorithm 6.3, 171 least general generalisation, 108, 112, 115– 117, 131 least upper bound, 108 least-squares classiﬁer, 206, 210 univariate Example 7.4, 206 Index 390 least-squares method, 196 univariate Example 7.1, 198 ordinary, 199 total, 199, 273 least-squares solution to a linear regression problem, 272 linear, piecewise, 195 linearly separable, 207 linkage function, 254 leave-one-out, 349 Deﬁnition 8.5, 254 Lebowski, Jeffrey, 16 Example 8.7, 256 level-wise search, 183 monotonicity, 257 Levenshtein distance, 235 literal, 105 LGG, see least general generalisation Lloyd’s algorithm, 247 LGG-Conj(x, y) local variables, 189, 306 Algorithm 4.2, 110 LGG-Conj-ID(x, y) Algorithm 4.3, 112 LGG-Set(D) Algorithm 4.1, 108 log-likelihood, 271 log-linear models, 223 log-odds space, 277, 317 logistic function, 221 logistic regression, 223, 282 univariate lift, 186 Example 9.6, 285 likelihood function, 27, 305 likelihood ratio, 28 loss function, 62, 93 loss-based decoding linear approximation, 195 combination, 195 function, 195 model, 194 transformation, 195 linear classiﬁer, 5, 21, 38, 40, 43, 81, 82, 207–223, 263, 282, 314, 333–340 Example 1, coverage curve, 67 general form, 207, 364 Example 3.3, 86 L p norm, see p-norm LSA, see latent semantic indexing lub, see least upper bound m-estimate, 75, 141, 147, 279 Mach, Ernst, 30 machine intelligence, 361 machine learning deﬁnition of, univariate, 52 geometric interpretation, 220 Mahalanobis distance, 237, 271 logistic calibration majority class, 33, 35, 53, 56 Example 7.7, 223 Manhattan distance, 234 margin, 22 manifold, 243 VC-dimension, 126 MAP, see maximum a posteriori linear discriminants, 21 linear regression, 92, 151 bivariate Example 7.3, 203 margin of a classifer, 62 of a decision boundary, 211 of a linear classiﬁer, 22 Index 391 of an example, 62, 211, 339 margin error, 216 marginal, 54, 186 marginal likelihood, 29 Example 1.4, 30 minority class as an impurity measure, see impurity measure, minority class missing values, 322 Example 1.2, 27 market basket analysis, 101 mixture model, 266 matrix ML, see maximum likelihood diagonal, 202 MLM data set inverse, 267 Example 1.7, 40 rank, 326 clustering matrix completion, 327 matrix decomposition, 17, 97, 324–327 Boolean, 327 Example 8.4, 249 hierarchical clustering Example 8.6, 254 non-negative, 328 mode, 267, 299 with constraints, 326 model, 13, 50 maximum a posteriori, 28, 263 declarative, 35 maximum likelihood, 28 geometric, 21 maximum-likelihood estimation, 271, 287 grading, 36 in linear regression, 199 maximum-margin classiﬁer grouping, 36 logical, 32 Example 7.5, 216 parametric, 195 soft margin probabilistic, 25 Example 7.6, 219 mean, 267, 299 univariate, 40 model ensemble, 330 arithmetic, 300 model selection, 265 geometric, 300 model tree, 151 harmonic, 300 monotonic, 182, 305 mean squared error, 74 more general than, 105 median, 267, 299 MSE, see mean squared error medoid, 153, 238 multi-class classiﬁer membership oracle, 120 meta-model, 339 MGConsistent(C , N ) Algorithm 4.4, 116 midrange point, 301 performance Example 3.1, 82 multi-class probabilities Example 3.7, 91 multi-class scores minimum description length from decision tree, 86 Deﬁnition 9.1, 294 from naive Bayes, 86 Minkowski distance, 234 Deﬁnition 8.1, 234 reweighting Example 3.6, 90 Index 392 multi-label classiﬁcation, 361 multi-task learning, 361 multinomial distribution, 274 multivariate linear regression, 277 noise, 50 instance, 50 label, 50 nominal feature, see feature, categorical multivariate naive Bayes decomposition into univariate models, 32 normal distribution, 220, 266, 305 multivariate, 267 multivariate normal distribution, 289 multivariate standard, 267 multivariate regression standard, 267, 270 decomposition into univariate regression, 203, 364 normal vector, 195 normalisation, 198 row, 90 n-gram, 322 null hypothesis, 352 naive Bayes, 30, 33, 203, 278, 315, 318, 322 objective function, 63, 213 assumption, 275 Occam’s razor, 30 categorical features, 305 one-versus-one, 83 diagonal covariance matrix, 281 one-versus-rest, 83 factorisation, 277, 281 online learning, 361 ignores feature interaction, 44 operating condition, 72 linear in log-odds space, 277 operating context, 345 multi-class scores, 86 optimisation prediction Example 9.4, 276 recalibrated decision threshold, 277, 365 Scottish classiﬁer, 32, 281 constrained, 212, 213 dual, 213, 214 multi-criterion, 59 primal, 213 quadratic, 212, 213 skewed probabilities, 277 Opus, see rule learning systems training ordinal feature, see feature, ordinal Example 9.5, 280 variations, 280 nearest-neighbour classiﬁer, 23, 242 ordinal, 299 outlier, 198, 238, 302 Example 7.2, 199 nearest-neighbour retrieval, 243 output code, 83 negation ¬, 105 output space, 50, 360 negative recall, 57 overﬁtting, 19, 33, 50, 91, 93, 97, 131, neighbour, 238 Nemenyi test, 356 151, 196, 210, 285, 323 Example 2, neural network, 207 Newton, Isaac, 30 p-norm, 234 no free lunch theorem, 20, 340 p-value, 352 Index PAC, see probably approximately correct 393 principal component analysis, 24, 243, 324 paired t -test, 353 Example 12.6, 353 prior odds, 28 PAM, see partitioning around medoids prior probability, 27 PAM(D, K , Dis) probabilistic model Algorithm 8.3, 251 Pareto front, 59 partial order, 51 discriminative, 262 generative, 262 probability distribution partition, 51 cumulative, 302 partition matrix, 97 right-skewed, 303 partitioning around medoids, 250, 310 probability estimation tree, 73–76, 141, 147, 262, 263, 265 PCA, see principal component analysis Pearson, Karl, 299 probability smoothing, 75 percentile, 301 probability space, 317 Example 10.1, 302 probably approximately correct, 124, 331 percentile plot, 301 Progol, see ILP systems perceptron, 207, 210 projection, 219 online, 208 Perceptron(D, η) Algorithm 7.1, 208 PerceptronRegression(D, T ) Algorithm 7.3, 211 piecewise linear, see linear, piecewise population mean, 45 post-hoc test, 356 post-processing, 186 posterior odds, 28 Example 1.3, 29 posterior probability, 26, 262 powerset, 51 Prolog, see query languages propositional logic, 122 propositionalisation, 307 PruneTree(T, D) Algorithm 5.3, 144 pruning, 33, 142 pruning set, 143 pseudo-counts, 75, 172, 274, 279 pseudo-metric, 236 pure, 133 purity, 35, 158 quantile, 301 quartile, 301 Príncipe, 343 query, 306 precision, 57, 99, 167, 186, 300 query languages Laplace-corrected, 170 predicates, see ﬁrst-order logic Prolog, 189–191, 193, 306 SQL, 306 predicted positive rate, 347 predictive clustering, 96, 245, 289 Rand index, 99 predictive model, 17 random forest, 129, 333, 339 predictor variable, see feature random variable, 45 preference learning, 361 RandomForest(D, T, d ) Index 394 Algorithm 11.2, 333 transitive, 51 range, 301 residual, 93, 196 ranking, 64 ridge regression, 205 Example 2.2, 64 Ripper, see rule learning systems accuracy ROC curve, 67 Example 2.3, 65 ROC heaven, 69, 145 ranking accuracy, 64 ROC plot, 60 ranking error, 64 Rocchio classiﬁer, 241 ranking error rate, 64 rotation, 24 recalibrated likelihood decision rule, 277 rule, 105 recall, 57, 58, 99, 300 body, 157 average, 60, 178 head, 157 receiver operating characteristic, 60 incomplete, 35 RecPart(S, f ,Q) inconsistent, 35 Algorithm 10.1, 311 recursive partitioning, 310 reduced-error pruning, 143, 147, 151 incremental, 192 reﬁnement, 69 reﬁnement loss, 76 regression, 14, 64 Example 3.8, 92 isotonic, 78 multivariate, 202 univariate, 196 regression coefﬁcient, 198 regression tree Example 5.4, 151 regressor, 91 regularisation, 204, 217, 294 reinforcement learning, 360 reject, 83 overlap Example 1.6, 35 rule learning systems AQ, 192 CN2, 192, 357 Opus, 192 Ripper, 192, 341 Slipper, 341 Tertius, 193 rule list, 139, 157 Example 6.1, 159 as ranker Example 6.2, 165 rule set, 157 Example 6.3, 167 as ranker Example 6.4, 173 rule tree, 175 Example 6.5, 175 relation, 51 antisymmetric, 51 sample complexity, 124 equivalence, see equivalence rela- sample covariance, 45 tion sample mean, 45 reﬂexive, 51 sample variance, 45 symmetric, 51 scale, 299 total, 51 reciprocal, 300 Index 395 scaling, 24 uniform, 24 signal detection theory, 60, 316 signiﬁcance test, 352 scaling matrix, 201 silhouette, 252 scatter, 97, 246 similarity, 72 Deﬁnition 8.3, 246 reduction by partitioning Example 8.3, 247 within-cluster, 97 scatter matrix, 200, 245, 325 Example 1.1, 15 singular value decomposition, 324 skewness, 303 Example 10.3, 304 slack variable, 216, 294 between-cluster, 246 Slipper, see rule learning systems within-cluster, 246 slope, 195 scoring classiﬁer, 61 soft margin, 217 Scottish classiﬁer, see naive Bayes SpamAssassin, 1–14, 61, 72 SE, see squared error sparse data, 22 search heuristic, 63 sparsity, 205 seed example, 170 speciﬁc, 46 segment, 36 speciﬁcity, 55, 57 semi-supervised learning, 18 split, 132 sensitivity, 55, 57 separability conjunctive Example 4.4, 116 binary, 40 splitting criterion cost-sensitivity Example 5.3, 144 separate-and-conquer, 35, 161, 163 SQL, see query languages sequence prediction, 361 squared error, 73 sequential minimal optimisation, 229 squared Euclidean distance, 238 set, 51 stacking, 339 cardinality, 51 standard deviation, 301 complement, 51 statistic difference, 51 of central tendency, 299 disjoint, 51 of dispersion, 299 intersection, 51 shape, 299, 303 subset, 51 stop word, 280 union, 51 stopping criterion, 163, 310 Shannon, Claude, 294 structured output prediction, 361 shatter, 126 sub-additivity, 236 shattering a set of instances subgroup, 100, 178 Example 4.7, 126 evaluation shrinkage, 204 sigmoid, 221 Example 6.6, 180 extension, 100 Index 396 subgroup discovery, 17 Example 3.11, 100 uniﬁcation, 123 Example 4.6, 123 subspace sampling, 333 unigram, 322 supervised learning, 14, 17, 46 universe of discourse, 51, 105 support, 182 unstable, 204 support vector, 211 unsupervised learning, 14, 17, 47 support vector machine, 22, 63, 211, 305 complexity parameter, 217 SVD, see singular value decomposition SVM, see support vector machine t -distribution, 353 target variable, 25, 91, 262 Vapnik, Vladimir, 125 variance, 24, 45, 94, 149, 198, 200, 301, 303 Gini index as, 148 VC-dimension, 125 linear classiﬁer, 126 version space, 113 task, 13 terms, see ﬁrst-order logic Deﬁnition 4.1, 113 Tertius, see rule learning systems Viagra, 7–44 test set, 19, 50 vocabulary, Texas Instruments TI-58 programmable Voronoi diagram, 98 calculator, 228 text classiﬁcation, 7, 11, 22 thresholding Example 10.5, 309 total order, 51 training set, 14, 50 transaction, 182 transfer learning, 361 translation, 24 tree learning systems C4.5, 156 CART, 156 ID3, 155 triangle inequality, 236 Voronoi tesselation, 241 voting one-versus-one Example 3.2, 85 Warmr, see association rule algorithms weak learnability, 331 weighted covering, 181, 338 Example 6.7, 181 weighted relative accuracy, 179 WeightedCovering(D) Algorithm 6.5, 182 Wilcoxon’s signed-rank test, 354 Example 12.7, 355 Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney statistic, 80 trigram, 322 true negative, 55 χ2 statistic, 101, 312, 323 true negative rate, 55, 57 Xbox game console, 129 true positive, 55 true positive rate, 55, 57, 99 turning rankers into classiﬁers, 278 underﬁtting, 196 z-score, 267, 314, 316 ... 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- Cover
- MACHINE LEARNING: The Art and Science of Algorithms that Make Sense of Data
- Title
- Copyright
- Dedication
- Brief Contents
- Contents
- Preface
- Prologue: A machine learning sampler
- CHAPTER 1 The ingredients of machine learning
- CHAPTER 2 Binary classification and related tasks
- CHAPTER 3 Beyond binary classification
- CHAPTER 4 Concept learning
- CHAPTER 5 Tree models
- CHAPTER 6 Rule models
- CHAPTER 7 Linear models
- CHAPTER 8 Distance-based models
- CHAPTER 9 Probabilistic models
- CHAPTER 10 Features
- CHAPTER 11 Model ensembles
- CHAPTER 12 Machine learning experiments
- Epilogue: Where to go from here
- Important points to remember
- References
- Index